Woe is the tony penthouse that can’t move. Take, for example, the sleek South Beach affair at the Infinity that can’t seem to catch a break.
Featuring three bedrooms, three and a half baths, and an ample 3,382 square feet, this ostentatious home isn’t half bad insofar as techie siren songs go.
It comes with many of the trappings afforded a sky-high abode for the Silicon Valley set: marble floors, white interiors, wine closet, and—gasp—the unicorn of high-rise living, a window in the master bath.
But for some reason, it can’t find a buyer. After listing in October 2016 for $12,000,000, it’s cut the price down significantly to $8,999,000. (The extra dough can be used at South Beach’s pricey new Woodlands Market—which opened in August—a store that makes Whole Foods look like Pic ’N’ Save.)
- Infinity penthouse lands on the market at $12 million [Curbed SF]
- 301 Main, unit 37B [Skybox Realty]
- South Beach [Curbed SF]
- The Infinity [Curbed SF]